Some “Jujumen” have besieged Facebook as part of efforts to get clients for their work.
They send messages randomly to the message boxes of the users of the social media hoping that interested persons would respond.
Some of the messages include: “hello, I am a jujuman how may I help you,” “hi, I am a spiritualist, tell me your problem”.
One of the victims who pleaded anonymity said “as soon as I saw his message, I replied that I am not interested so he should try someone else”.
Another victim said he told the jujuman that if he were that powerful, he should charm him to patronise his services, because he would never come to him on his own volition.
Yaw Charles a resident of Madina told The Ghanaian Times that, the spiritualist asked how he could assist him but he responded that he should help himself and blocked him”.
The development has been described by some members of the public as scary and exposing the youth to danger and evil company.
The services the “Facebook Jujumen” claim to provide include “making their clients rich, solving marital problems and turning people’s mind to marry a client, childlessness, making people powerful to occupy high positions” among others.
Meanwhile, the use of posters to get the public to patronize them is currently on the ascendancy in Tema.
From Dzifa Tetteh, Tema